Sikkim Package Tour from Siliguri - Discovered New Sikkim in Oct 2020

Rejuvenated Sikkim Darjeeling Experience in Post Covid 

This heavenly abode in Sikkim is a place that is frequently visited by tourists and travelers from all across the country to catch a glimpse of the majestic snow-capped mountains witness breathtaking views of the mountain Kanchenjunga, and stare far away into the horizon while you self-introspect and spend some time alone. So, with our Sikkim Package Tour from Siliguri, let's explore some of the fascinating sightseeing places such asBaba Mandir, Khecheopalri Lake, Tiger Hill, Batasia Loop, and many more to soothe your spirit and mind.

 

Top Tourist Attractions in Sikkim Darjeeling Tour Package

  • Rumtek Monastery: One of the largest monasteries in Sikkim, Rumtek Monastery is a must-visit destination in our Sikkim Tour Packages. Get a jaw-dropping view of this alluring monastery and its flawless artworks.
  • Tsomgo Lake: This holy lake of Tsomgo is situated at an altitude of 12, 400 feet, and will most definitely leave you mesmerized! The lake is made of melted snow from mountains. As it is popularly believed that the best snow can only be experienced in Shimla, I think Sikkim is just as good and will leave you speechless.
  • Baba Mandir: Just 16 km away from Tsomogo Lake, Baba Mandir is a perfect place to know the history of this temple. Made in the honor of a brave army officer baba Harbhajan Singh, enjoy the temple's surrounding snow-covered mountains peaks.
  • Rimbi Waterfalls: Rimbi Waterfalls is a beautiful tourist attraction in Pelling. It is surrounded by emerald green vegetation and blessed with a calm ambiance these waterfalls are an astonishing place where tourists can refresh their tired senses by spending some intimate time with nature. Rimbi Waterfall is an ideal place for relaxing and admiring the wonders of nature.
  • Khecheopalri Lake: one of the holiest lakes in Sikkim which is renowned for fulfilling all the people's wishes. Visit Khecheopalri Monastery, Kanchenjunga Waterfall, Rabdantse Ruins respectively which are something to be cherished forever.

 

  • Tiger Hill Sunrise Point: An early morning visit to the tiger hill is perfect to witness the unforgettable sunrise over the snow-covered peaks of the majestic Himalayas. As the sunrise beings, the dazzling snow cover peaks of Mt.Kangchenjunga gloriously enlightens with a magnificent view, and on a clear day glimpse of the World’s highest peak Mt. Everest is visible. This spot has earned international fame for the magnificent view of the sunrise over Kanchenjunga and the great Eastern Himalayan Mountains. 

 

  • Batasia Loop: The Batasia Loop is a spiral narrow-gauge railway track where the Toy Train negotiates a sudden sharp descent from Ghoom. This place provides a breathtaking view of the surrounding mountains with a 360-degree view of the Darjeeling landscape in the backdrop of the majestic Kanchenjunga. The loop is decorated with grass, shrubs, and seasonal flowers, along benches laid inside the garden to enjoy nature while the Toy train enters hooting its way to complete the spiral route.

 

  • Japanese Temple and Peace Pagoda: Also known as Darjeeling Peace Pagoda are on the Jalapahar hill. They build the Temple under the guidance of Buddhist monks from Japan in traditional Japanese style and this place is the house of four avatars of Buddha. Close to it is the Peace Pagoda, where it showcases the four large avatars of Lord Buddha. The view from the top is magnificent with the panoramic view of the Darjeeling town, and Mt. Kanchenjunga. During the visit, tourists can join for morning or evening prayers in the temple along with the monks.
  • UNESCO Heritage world-famous Darjeeling railway or the Toy Train to Ghoom subject to track conditions. It’s the main and best attraction for visiting this hill train in Darjeeling. The path in which the train runs is well decorated by nature with lush green trees, flowering plants, small bushes, and vast Kanchenjunga dominating its presence throughout the journey.

 

Frequently Asked Questions for Sikkim Package Tour

Q1. What is the best time to visit Sikkim?

Visiting Sikkim does not need any special season or time as you can spend a holiday in Sikkim at any time of the year. But still, we recommend visiting there during the months of January to October. During these months, you can enjoy the snowfall and can get a breath-taking view of the snow-clad mountains. Visit from March to June, if you prefer summer. However, we don't recommend visiting Sikkim during Monsoon as the roads get slippery and there is a chance of accidents.

 

Q2. Which are the sightseeing places to visit Sikkim Tour Packages?

With our customizable Sikkim Holiday Packages, see most of the amazing sightseeing places of Sikkim and create a lot of sweet memories with your dear and near ones.

  • Rumtek Monastery: One of the largest monasteries in Sikkim, Rumtek Monastery is a must-visit destination in our Sikkim Tour Packages. Get a jaw-dropping view of this alluring monastery and its flawless artworks.
  • Tsomgo Lake: Tsomgo Lake, also named as the Changu Lake, is a glacial lake in Sikkim. It is situated at an elevation of 3,753 meters where you can enjoy a cold ambiance and the snow-clad mountains.
  • Baba Mandir: Just 16 km away from Tsomgo Lake, Baba Mandir is a perfect place to know the history of this temple. Made in the honor of a brave army officer baba Harbhajan Singh, enjoy the temple's surrounding snow-covered mountains peaks.
  • Nathu La Pass: Nathula Pass is another popular tourist destination in Sikkim with rich historical significance. It was a part of the Old Silk Route which doesn't lack any scenic attractions. Visiting Nathula needs a special permit.

Q3. What kind of foods is available in Sikkim Darjeeling Tour?

With its simple yet relishing flavour, Sikkim's foods are something that you will crave for more. Some of the renowned ones are:

  • Momo: Momo is undoubtedly one of the favourite dishes of Sikkim. Believed to be of Tibetan origin, momo has completely dissolved with the lifestyle of Sikkimese people. So, when you visit Sikkim, don't forget to taste these white dumplings.
  • Thukpa: Comes from a Tibetan origin, Thukpa is a noodle soup which can be served with meat or vegetables. The taste of this delicious dish is spicy and you can't resist yourself to taste it for once.
  • Sha Paley: Sha Paley is a palatable food of Tibetan origin. Made with bread stuffed with beef and cabbage, this delicious food is going to be like heaven for your taste buds.
  • Phagshapa: Made with the pork fat stewed with radish and dry chilies, Phagshapa is yet another delicious food you can try while holidaying in Sikkim.

 

Q4. Is it safe to visit Sikkim?

Sikkim is one of the safest states in India you can travel to. The people of this hilly state are quite friendly and co-operative. Moreover, the crime rate of Sikkim is quite low. Hence, you can visit Sikkim without any worry.

 

Q5. What should be the ideal duration of holidaying in Sikkim?

Though the duration depends on the destinations you will cover, the ideal duration can be of 7Night. With our 7 Nights 8 Days Sikkim Package you can cover most of the sightseeing places of Sikkim quite comfortably.

 

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